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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Chee-to, Aug 9, 2015.
Love those old cars. Would like to have a 1940 Ford Deluxe Opera Coupe.
My daily driver is a 1962 Chevy II wagon.
Straight 6, and I just put headers and dual exhaust on it last month.
Has a very distinctive sound.
That's a big rally! I use to have a place down by Long Beach and would go down for the End of the World run. Sometimes hit the one in Seaside on the same weekend. Lots a nice cars. We would get a few showin up in the Safari park where I was. Nice 62 Impala and this thing, right across from me. I kinda like the Rat look
Waiting on an engine? Whats going in it?
It's built as a gasser, high in the front low in the back! Grandfather built itand raced it back in the 60's. We have brought it back to life!
Let's see who knows their motors!
Big block Chrysler/Dodge....if the car was built in 60's originally....gonna guess 426 Wedge
Chrysler RB, so it's either 413, 426 wedge or 440.
Very nice car.
Yep 426 Wedge!
I love old Cars. All Mixed Up is one of my favorites:
And backed by an 833, I assume.
Its Orange Inside ?
Mopars, Mopars, Mopars! Man I love me them Mopars.
Started out with a 62 Polara 500 413 when I was 18, man wish I still had her.
It turned into a passion that never could be quenched. Cuda's Roadrunners, darts, dusters, Challengers, Demons, Superbees, Coronets, I've owned em all at one time and wished I'd have kept them all but three.
Those three went to the kids...
One has the 67 Cuda-S 273 commando.
One has the 71 Roadrunner 383 pistol grip.
One has the 71 340 R/T Challenger.
Those I don't mind parting with.
I kept the 70 AAR Cuda. It's In-Violet with a white interior and a Hurst pistol grip shifter and is all #'s matching.
The 340-6pak has 32k original miles, on it.
Man I loves me some Mopars.